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association of latino elected and appointed officials known as naleo. from tuesday, the is 45 minutes. [inaudible conversations] be mac good morning. we're going to get started with their briefing this morning. the naleo found on election 2012. trenches association of latino elected and appointed officials. virtual organizations. one of the membership of the nation's latino public servants. serving schoolboys, city councils, commissions can the state legislatures it to members of congress and united states senate. the naleo educational fund is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization whose mission is to promote the full participation of latinas in the american political process. that includes encouraging residents become u.s. citizens, all u.s. citizens 18 years of age eligible to vote to be counted in the 2010 census as they did two years ago. we also provide training opportunities for latino elected and appointed officials and promote a policy framework to make sure participation in our electoral democracy is accessible to the teen spirit today will we'd like to do is share with you to
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. when you look at women among ethnic lines, latino women and african-american women that's a wider gender gap. a lot has to do with the age of the respondent. >> i want to show quinnipiac the poll they have out. showing the president with a double digit lead among women. leading overall there by five points. do you think it will boil down to ohio? >> it looks like it may boil down thoi. i'm still worried. maybe i'm a worry wart we're hearded to a scenario where there's a electoral vote and popular vote which will be a disaster for the country. if we have to go through something like that again with all until applications of a banana republic it would imply and be awful. i hope it won't be that way but i have a little bit of fear. >> ambassador ross when we talk about the president coming in tonight with a different purview from the oval office on foreign policy what it means for noerk be a world leader and calling other countries to rise up do you think he walks a fine line of being able to lay out that agenda and do so in a way that americans want to resonate with that because in
-age children, the westminster school had 628 anglo students and just 14 of latino heritage while the hoover school had 152 students,al of them latino. -- all of them latino. the suit was filed pre-brown, and thus in an era where the supreme court continued to sanction separate but equal schools. nevertheless, a district judge in los angeles struck down the mexican schools on the argument that they did violate the equal protection clause, and he was upheld on much narrower grounds by the ninth circuit. that could have ended the matter, but the ninth circuit's ruling did not force the state to address other aspects of discrimination in its schools. and as a result, if it had settled there, the state education code would still have included language that permitted separate schools for chinese and other asian students. instead, in june of 1947, warren signed the legislation that struck that language and ended all formal racial segregation in california schools. so the warren who managed the warren court, who came to the court in '53 knew racism in schools and most importantly, i think, in the c
's something that benefit all the-- all the students benefit from-- blark white, latino, asian. everybody benefits from these cross-racial interactions. and too many of our high schools are racially identified. there's lot of residential segregation leading to segregation in school, not by law but by practice. the result is too many kids don't have these interactionsess until they get to college and are able to learn from each other and break down stereotypes. the ramification of this case could be far reaching depending on how the court rules. >> richard kahlenberg, far-reaching? >> absolutely. this goes to what we mean by equal opportunity in our society. should race count in deciding who gets ahead? how do we create racial diversity in our universities? i agree with debo that it's very important that our leading institutions of higher education have students of all different racial and ethnic groups. my concern with the current affirmative action is that essentially, universities assemble wealthy kids of all colors, and we're not getting that genuine diversity that has to do also with
. >>> then, also, when the candidates square off in florida tonight, latino voters in particular will be watching. we're going to show you just how important their ballots could be in the fight for the white house, and let's just say this. it's all about the math. citi pe and decided to be...not boring. that's how i met marilyn... giada... really good. yes! [ jack ] ...and alicia. ♪ this girl is on fire [ male announcer ] use any citi® card to get the benefits of private pass. more concerts. more events. more experiences. [ jack ] hey, who's boring now? [ male announcer ] get more access with a citi card. [ crowd cheering, mouse clicks ] anne's tablet called my phone. anne's tablet was chatting with a tablet in sydney... a desktop in zurich... and a telepresence room in brazil. the secure cloud helped us get some numbers from my assistant's pc in new york. and before i reached the top, the board meeting became a congrats we sold the company party. wait til my wife's phone hears about this. [ cellphone vibrating ] [ female announcer ] with cisco at the center, working together
, courting north carolina and its african american voters-- and, through advertising, its latino voters, too; an update on the deadly attack at the u.s. consulate in libya; why is the great barrier reef disappearing?; and the macarthur geniuses. but first, with the other news of the day, here's kwame holman. >> holman: j.p. morgan chase now faces a major mortgage fraud lawsuit involving the actions of bear stearns, the former rival it bought in 2008. new york state filed the civil case monday. it alleges bear stearns misled investors who bought securities based on sub-prime mortgage loans in 2006 and 2007. their collapse led to huge losses. new york state attorney general eric schneiderman said today on cnbc the company's actions were flagrant. >> you can't as a prosecutor allow this conduct conduct to go unpunished and send a message that there's one set of rules for one group of people and another set for others. weght the case because it was ready. it's the first case ready. we are by no means singling them out. >> holman: the lawsuit is the first to arise out of a federal- state working
thinks the latino vote in nevada would do it. that would put the president over the top there. if he didn't get nevada for some reason, the president's options would be colorado, virginia, new hampshire or florida. the president with an easier path. what about governor romney. let's leave this one blue. can governor romney get there if ohio is going blue. can romney get all the way to 270 when the president's already at 275. well, he would have to win florida, he would have to win virginia. then you're at 255, 254. he would have to win colorado. that would put him in play at 263. then from there, how does governor romney get over the top? he would if he won wisconsin, paul ryan's home state. 10 electoral votes right there. logic being if the president's winning ohio, these are two very similar states. so wisconsin would be one model and let's just say for the sake of argument that one did stay blue, that puts the president right there. governor romney would have to get there by winning in nevada, not enough, and new hampshire. so you see governor romney would essentially almost have to ru
. that is 82 games total. >>> world boxing organization latino featherweight champion orlando cruz has come out as the first active, openly gay boxer in the history of the sport. >>> and finally, former boston red sox pitcher kurt schilling might have to give up or sell that famed blood-stained sock he wore to the run on the championship. all of this in order to cover millions of dollars in loans he guaranteed to his failed video company. that has got to hurt. >>> now let's get another check of the weather with nbc meteorologist bill karins. are you in the market for a bloody sock? >> i don't know. >> i can make one for you and sell it to you. >> you know, there was the curse from when the red sox traded babe ruth to the yankees. they said that bloody sock was what reversed the curse. maybe there's value there. >> i'm sure there's a lot of value there. he's hoping. >> not from me. good morning, everyone. let me take you into what is going to be a beautiful friday throughout areas of the mid-atlantic. we had our indirainy day yester the high humidity. it should be a very enjoyable day today. tem
talk about research and p.o.s. does the polling for one sub-group, latinos -- >> so you're the conspirators on the left wing of the polling. >> barack obama is ahead by 50 points with latinos. the question is, their enthusiasm was less than 2008. that is another aspect. >> my thinking had been, while it was mathematically possible for romney to get the electoral votes without ohio, michigan, pennsylvania, that was like a three or four-cushion shot in pool. is ohio what we should be looking at more than anything else? >> that is a good question. it is much easier for mitt romney to win the presidency if he wins ohio. i entered this election cycle believing that there were three key states instead of just florida and ohio. i would add virginia to that list. the next half level down is north carolina. clearly, governor romney is stronger in florida and virginia. those are very competitive states right now. all i know is someplace where he does need a significant comeback. fred's points are well-taken. for a lot of voters, the election started last night. if he is going to h
that these new voter i.d. laws will leave african-americans, latinos and many other minorities out of the process. >> you'll have democrats say one thing and republicansays another thing. but common sense ought to prevail. if people have more hours to vote in the day -- let's say you and i. it's a tuesday. and we know that early voting ends on saturday. i think you and i are responsible enough to figure out when to go cast our vote. this has nothing to do with skin color. and everything to do with responsibility. and i can sure you that black floridians and black americans are resourceful enough and smart enough and not befuddled. they can get an i.d., they can go vote, and we're all responsible enough to cast our vote. >> let me get back to the early voting issue because it started october 27th in most counties, but people won't be able to vote on that last sunday before the election. we talked about it earlier with reverend richard dunham. >> i believe it's a diverse nar tactic. it's even a demonic tactic that's being used to suppress the voter turnout. >> those are some pretty strong words. i
november 6th, women, african-americans, latinos and young folks who are not included in these polls are not likely voters. ledgestered voters. least likely to vote are going to vote for them. more of them in the bank before the romney folks show up he wins. that's the difference. >> bill: we don't know what the turnout is going to be. >> i don't think so. >> bill: you are a democrat and you are rooting for him and that's why you think that we don't know. who knows? >> i know -- >> bill: can i easily and because you are an old friend of mine i'm not going to embarrass you on this program i can easily tell that you in every poll the motivating factor is much higher for romney voters than it is for obama. every single poll says that let's get on to one more quick question. why, in your opinion, kirsten has libya not caught on as a huge issue when the scandal keeps getting worse. >> because it hasn't gotten a lot of media coverage. >> bill: just the media down playing it so that's worked? >> an average american you don't have time to keep track of everything. if you aren't hearing from
. there was a swiss girl. there was an indian guy, vinay. it was he and a couple of others. >> my roommate was latino. i mean, it was awesome. it was a cultural soup that really tasted good for everyone, you know, and he was in the center of it. >> narrator: eventually, he took an important step. >> i asked, you know, "barry obama. what kind of name is that for a brother? you know, where are you from exactly?" and he said, "well, i'm from hawaii, but my father was kenyan. and his name was barack obama. and i go by barry so that i don't have to explain my name all the time, and go into a long explanation of myself." and so i said, "well, if your name is barack obama, i'm going to call you barack obama because i like that name. >> narrator: in the school's literary magazine, barry now identified himself as barack obama. >> i think the word "barack" is absolutely essential to that identity of being, "i am a man. i am a man with a future. i need to be prepared for whatever that is going to be. i don't know the answers yet. but i sure as heck know i won't get there if i hang out and take things for grante
that are predominantly african-american or latino. it sends a message to those communities, there's a problem with your voting. >> reporter: the billboards have been popping up in cities in ohio and wisconsin, 85 in milwaukee, 30 in columbus, another 30 in cleveland, and 31 in cincinnati. >> take it down! >> reporter: protests started almost as soon as they went up, demanding the signs come down. >> this billboard is nothing but a symbol of pure, unadulterated voter suppression, to target an african-american community. >> reporter: but the two advertising companies that sold the space, clear channel and norton outdoor, say the buyer was not out to target minorities. >> there was no requests for any specific demographic target at all. they wanted the best locations they could get for those four weeks leading up to the election. >> reporter: the big mystery is, who's behind them? the billboard itself does not tell. it reads, "paid for by a private family foundation" and neither company will say who that is. after declining an on-camera interview, here's what clear channel wrote to cnn. "the advertiser pu
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